DT #208, 27 July 2014 (Stonehenge Ales Pig Swill)   1 comment

Stonehenge Ales Pig Swill Bell Amesbury


Each day it’s ever more true:
There is less daylight.

Name: Stonehenge Ales Pig Swill
Type: bitter
Venue: The Bell, Amesbury, Wiltshire

Review/notes: I’ve had Pig Swill before and forgot that the name wasn’t just ironic.

On the ride down to Amesbury, it was noticeable that the sun has already assumed the cruel recessive tilt toward winter but, against the summer crops, it is still gorgeous.  We’re losing three minutes per day right now.

This was the start of an 11 mile pub run some of which went past an MoD air base with this signage which I felt comfortable shooting:

Prohibited Place

And this other signage which Google Street View was more comfortable shooting:

no photos

It reminded me of an album I bought at a headshop in Alton, Illinois 30 years or so ago:

Offical Secrets Act


[DT =Daily Tipple, explained in DT #000 here]

Monthly consolidations/compilations: January

One response to “DT #208, 27 July 2014 (Stonehenge Ales Pig Swill)

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  1. Pingback: July Recap — Daily Tipples, Chippy Challenge, Etc | The endless British pub crawl

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